People wishing to contribute to the Danum Academy memorial fund for the families of five teenagers killed in a horrific crash, are being reminded to make their donations by Monday morning.
The fundraising page, which aims to split money equally between the families of 18 year-olds Arpad Kore and Bartosz Bortniczak and 16 year-olds Blake Cairns, Jordanna Goodwin and Megan Storey, will stop accepting donations on Monday morning.
Arpad, Blake, Jordanna and Megan were all current pupils of the school, while Bartosz was a former pupil.
In a statement posted on the school’s Facebook page, a spokesperson for Danum Academy said: “Thank you for all the very generous donations for the families of our five lost Angels.
“This is your last chance to donate; we will close these five funds first thing on Monday morning so we can get the money to the families.
“It will make an enormous difference to them.
“The memorial funds that will be used for a long lasting memorial and the memorial celebration are already growing and these will continue into the new year.”
Visit https://www.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Foc/Default.aspx?shopid=34 to make a donation.
The teenagers were travelling in a blue Toyota Corrolla when it was involved in a collision with a grey Seat Leon.
Officers believe a third vehicle, a black Vauxhall Corsa, may also have been involved in the collision, which occurred at approximately 9.40pm on November 15.
A 21-year-old Doncaster man, who police believe was driving the Corsa, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He has been released on bail pending further inquiries.
The man driving the Seat suffered a broken leg.